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Jun
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comment Psychometric scale with items in sets where responses imply a rank order of items
Could you describe the following a bit better please? (update your question) "Participants should choose one '0' and one 'M' and one number for every of the claims, but numbers shouldn't be the same." I'm not quite certain what you mean.
Jun
4
revised Psychometric scale with items in sets where responses imply a rank order of items
Improved spelling/layout.
Jun
4
reviewed Approve What are the benefits of transformational over transactional leadership?
May
21
comment How does personality moderate or mediate the relationship between stress and burnout?
Hi Angie. Stack Exchange doesn't follow the traditional 'forum' model. Each 'post' is a question with answers. I edited this question with the information you've given in the wrongly posted new one. If you want to comment, use the comment function here or talk to us in chat. If you want to update your question based on feedback you've gotten from us, you can do so by clicking edit.
May
21
revised How does personality moderate or mediate the relationship between stress and burnout?
Updated with information which was posted in the duplicate question.
May
21
comment Does not using the brain erode its power?
Oh right, you don't have enough rep for that yet. Here have another up vote to fix that. ;p Short 'keyword' answers are fine when answering such broad questions. In depth answers are only really expected when the question shows more effort and is more specific as well.
May
21
revised How do I change my tiredness patterns?
Used proper formatting for the different points.
May
21
comment Predicting the landing site of a saccade while the saccade is still in progress
I don't know anything about this topic, but recently during a presentation at work I heard mentioning that they can predict landing sites to some degree while the saccade is in progress. They were using this technique during an experiment. Definitely an interesting question!
May
21
comment How does personality moderate or mediate the relationship between stress and burnout?
Welcome to CogSci! We expect some degree of initial research prior to phrasing a question so that people answering it have an easier time answering exactly which part you don't get/want to know more about. Try looking into the subject shortly yourself and please update your question reflecting your research, along with any open questions you might have.
May
21
revised Does not using the brain erode its power?
Removed unnecessary comments and improved links.
May
21
comment Does not using the brain erode its power?
Welcome to CogSci Shayna. The content of your answer (although I can't verify its correctness) seems good enough for the posed question. I reformatted it to leave out any of the unnecessary comments you made in there and edited in your more relevant comment. Leave comments as a comment and the answer in the answer. ;p Thanks!
May
21
comment Does not using the brain erode its power?
Welcome to CogSci! We expect some degree of initial research prior to phrasing a question so that people answering it have an easier time answering exactly which part you don't get/want to know more about. Try looking into the subject shortly yourself and please update your question reflecting your research, along with any open questions you might have.
May
19
reviewed Approve How do I change my tiredness patterns?
May
17
revised Getting started with EEG data
Got rid of some unnecessary stuff.
May
13
revised Are there any free databases of audio-visual emotional stimuli (English)?
Removed redundant question, slightly better markup.
May
7
comment What Quantified Self reserach tools are there for measuring performance while playing videogames?
Possible duplicate? cogsci.stackexchange.com/q/20/21
Mar
31
comment Is happiness a result of cognitive or a side effect of neurobiological processes?
As @BenCole pointed out, there are at least two questions in here which could be split up. Since this question didn't attract any answers over a long period of time, I've closed the question until done so. I do feel they can be good questions on their own, but a possible reason nobody answered so far is the scope is too broad.
Mar
24
comment Images on personal computers - Which aspect of size to keep constant?
Just a thought here, (2) would be possible, if you introduce a setup step somewhere before the test. If you create a fully scalable user interface, you could ask users initially to scale the interface to the size of e.g. a standardized dice, or just use a ruler.
Mar
16
reviewed Approve Is there a name for the tendency to use proper nouns often in conversation?
Mar
8
comment Is fear rational?
I do see you are new to Stack Exchange, so don't feel offended by this. I advise you to read through the faq properly to better understand what is expected of you when asking a question here.